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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Villaggio Paraty
Wonderful oasis! Lovely spacious, clean rooms, amazing breakfast, helpful staff and the bonus of a small pool too.
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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... and stalls on every corner selling delicious cakes. We spent our days heading up to the 60 odd beaches that surround Paraty, hiking up to amazing waterfalls and natural pools hidden in the rainforest and even gave the huge natural waterslide a go. We spent 2 days hanging out at Trindade, an awesome reggae town with lots of Rastafarian men playing the bongos ...
... when we got home but rewarded ourselves with a tasty Thai meal.
The beach in Paraty isn’t spectacular but is a nice way to spend an hour or two. So for a day trip (when there was no football) we headed to a nearby village called Trinidade. We had heard good things about the beach and it didn’t disappoint. The bay is huge and the sand is a perfect shade of white - it definitely sits high on the ...
... eyes and her foot on his knee. The waiter's mother was there too. Not as old as Ms.Elizabeth, she was Ms.Camila and the bar was hers. I'm not sure about the boy who beered me or the stray dog that licked the can when I set it on the ground. I left satisfied and went looking for more. I was already in the town centre and a couple of paces from the beach. I spot a black man who earlier said 'Flamengo!' to my Flamengo jersey and gave me a high five which made me feel pretty ...
... the side of the boat at all of the stops, so I got to practice my backflips and mistys off a 4m height. We stopped off at this one huge boulder (approximately six or seven meters high) attached to an island and the mega-ripped, show-off captain took us all up to the top to jump off. There were a couple of problems with this: 1) To get up onto the boulder required a running jump, from the rock below over a narrow gap with a drop of three meters. The jump required you ...
... so pitching the tent involved looking for a high spot in the grass. Rained all night and the campsite got sodden..everyone had wet and muddy feet. The beach was across the road and a nearby beach bar had wifi, so I managed to book a bus ticket online....not as simple as you might think. Rain stopped so off to town to hunt down Haviannas...they have shops full of them. Met up with ...